Featured in our newsletter this month is an alumnus who attended the Basic Investigations of Computer and Electronic Crimes Program (BICEP) in October 2021. BICEP was our first in-person training at the RTC since the outbreak of Covid-19. He shared his impressions about the course and the measures put in place by the RTC to ensure the center was … Read More
Deputy Narcotics Control Officer
Featured in our newsletter this month is an alumna who has attended multiple training at the RTC. She recently joined us for the virtual Fraudulent Document and International Border Interdiction Training. In a phone interview with her, she shared with us how the training she received at the RTC has helped enhance her career. Let’s hear what she … Read More
Sierra Leone Police
This month, we interviewed one of our alumnae from Sierra Leone Police. She attended the 2018 Leadership for Law Enforcement Supervisors Course and she was happy to share some highlights from her professional career so far. Happy reading!
Briefly introduce yourself and your law enforcement career.
My name is Miss Monica and I am currently the … Read More
Ministry of Justice
During the Interagency Cooperation in Financial Investigations Course (IACFI) at the RTC, we spoke with Madam Fifame from Benin. She has been in the criminal justice profession for the past 6 years and works as a prosecutor with the Ministry of Justice. We recently connected with her via WhatsApp and she was happy to share lessons learned from the … Read More
Wildlife Trafficking - 2019
Featuring in our newsletter this month is an alumnus who attended the Wildlife Trafficking course in 2019. In an interview with him, he shared with us how he is applying lessons learned from the RTC to combat the illegal trade in wildlife species in Benin. He also shared how he has benefited from being part of the RTC alumni network. Enjoy the … Read More
Financial Crimes Investigation
During the Financial Crime Investigations course in September, we spotted a standout participant who was very interactive and collaborative with his colleagues. We had the opportunity to sit with him in an interview during which he spoke to his RTC experience. Let’s hear what he had to say!
Could you briefly introduce yourself?
My name is … Read More
It is always such a pleasure to reunite with our alumni and see them succeed following their RTC participation! We hosted an alumnus of the RTC and ILEA Gaborone, who was a great addition to the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) instructor team, who facilitated the Wildlife Trafficking Investigators Program in August. We would like to highlight our … Read More
Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering - May 2019
In the later part of May, the RTC hosted participants from Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Nigeria and Togo, as well as instructors from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), for an Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering training. It was great to welcome back an alumnus from Cote D’Ivoire who had previously attended an RTC training. He was happy to … Read More
Investigative Judge - Public Corruption Class, 2018
Last month we received feedback from an RTC alumna who had been nominated to attend the public corruption training in the month of October. She was happy to share with the RTC the steps that the Government of Guinea has taken to build capacity within their Judicial Sector based on recommendations she provided the Government leadership after the … Read More
Mr. Kellenso (right) in a warm handshake with an instructor
We recently received feedback from one of our delegates from Liberia who attended the Basic Law Enforcement Techniques Training in April of last year. He was delighted to share with the alumni community how the techniques acquired during the training enabled him and his agency, apprehend criminals. Enjoy the read!
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Featuring in our newsletter this month is an alumna who attended RTC training in 2015. She delightfully shared with us what she had been up to since we last hosted her. She recounted her training experience during the Advanced Narcotics Investigations course. In her own words, let’s hear what she had to say!
Ms. Khady during the Advanced … Read More
Director of the Legal and Judicial Department of the Guinea Bissau National Police
In our Alumni in Focus segment this month, we would like to feature one of our female alumna from Guinea Bissau- Miss Aminata. She has worked with Guinea Bissau National Police for the past twenty-six years and currently serves as a superintendent of police. She participated in the recent Leadership for Law Enforcement Supervisor’s course and was … Read More
Mr. Jarju, Immigration Department of The Gambia
Mr. Jarju during the Fraudulent Documents Course at the RTC - March 2018
We love to highlight the numerous successes of our alumni, as further validation of the success of the RTC program. This month, we are happy to feature the story of Mr. Jarju from The Gambia, who had the opportunity to participate in our Fraudulent Documents and … Read More
Attorney, International Justice Mission
The RTC Director, as part of his goals for the center, would like to see an increased participation of female law enforcement professionals, in our programs. It is always exciting to get feedback from our RTC women and so this month we are happy to highlight the efforts of an alumna who has a lot to share on how RTC trainings have played a role in … Read More
Here at the RTC, we love to highlight the numerous successes of our alumni, as direct evidence of the quality of our training. This month, we are happy to introduce the story of Mr. Diop from Senegal, who had the opportunity to participate in our International Air Cargo Interdiction Training in May 2017. Let’s hear what he has to say!
My name is … Read More
Assistant Superintendent of Narcotics
ALUMNI IN FOCUS
It is always great to receive constructive feedback from our alumni about the progress they have made in their careers since their time at the RTC. For this issue, we are proud to feature Mr. Omotoso from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
Could you briefly describe yourself and your law enforcement career?
My name is Mr. … Read More
High Court Justice of the Gambia
We are proud to place the spotlight on honorable Justice Silla from the Gambia Judicial Force. She was happy to share her RTC experience with the Alumni network community. This is what she had to share with the RTC alumni community:
I have been a judge at the High Court of The Gambia since 2009. Interestingly, this is my first training at the RTC. … Read More
Ever wondered what the full RTC training experience feels like? It is never dull or uninteresting; our days are full of engaging activities drawn from the experiences of highly qualified instructors who are passionate about fighting crime. Our participants, among the best in the world, fully engage all their mental capacities during the training … Read More
Customs Inspector, Captain
We love to engage alumni in useful discussions regarding RTC trainings. This month the spotlight is on Mr. Sylva from Senegal, who was a participant during the International Air Cargo Interdiction Training. Let’s hear what he has to share with the RTC team. Enjoy the read!
Mr. Sylva, a Senegalese Customs Officer during the International Air … Read More
Chief Superintendent of Customs
We are proud to feature a Nigerian alumnus who attended the 2014 border Interdiction training and had the opportunity to partake in this year’s border interdiction course. Let’s see what he has been up to after the training. Stay tuned!
Can you briefly introduce yourself and tell us what you do as a customs officer with the Nigerian Customs … Read More
Assistant Superintendent of Prisons
We are proud to feature Mr. Annan from the Ghana Prisons Service who has made continuous progress in his law enforcement career. He is happy to share his success story with the RTC Family.
Mr. Annan during the Alumni Network Event at the RTC
My name is Mr. Annan - an Assistant Superintendent of Prisons (ASP) in the Ghana Prisons … Read More
Superintendent of Immigraion
We value the constructive feedback we receive from our alumni through email and social media. Remember that the RTC is just an email away. Contact the RTC at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get talking. This month, we are proud to feature Mr. Bayanyinah, an alumnus of the RTC. Do enjoy the read.
Can you briefly introduce yourself, focusing on … Read More
Ghana Immigration Service
We see many great personalities come through the center every week sharing a myriad of experiences from their current positions. We appreciate hearing about successful post training stories from our alumni. We are proud to feature Mr. Adu Dickson, an Alumnus of the WARTC. We hope you enjoy the read!
Mr. Dickson during an FBI Crime Scene … Read More
Assistant Superintendent of Immigration
The fight against human trafficking in Ghana
Human trafficking is a global crime that threatens the life of many vulnerable men, women and children. The fight against human trafficking is a collaborative effort of governments, law enforcement officials and individuals across the globe to help bring traffickers to justice. I’m proud to mention … Read More
Special Agent James at the RTC
In this month’s ‘Alumni in Focus” segment, I sat down to interview an alumnus from Liberia, who recently worked on a major drug case at Liberia’s Robert International Airport. Mr. James is an alumnus of the Center, having attended two courses delivered by U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). I hope you … Read More
In our Alumni in Focus segment this month, and in keeping with our theme of celebrating women in Law Enforcement, we would like to feature one of our female alumna from Nigeria, who we will call Madam Comfort. She is an analyst with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. She attended two courses delivered by the U.S. Drug Enforcement … Read More
Acting Chairman of the EFCC Nigeria
In our Alumni-in-Focus section this month, we would like to feature Mr. Ibrahim Magu, an RTC alumnus from Nigeria. Mr. Magu was recently appointed as the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), and the RTC is proud to have him as an alumnus of this wonderful network. Join us as we journey into the accomplishments of … Read More
Prosecutor - Nigeria
Madam Aisha at the FICA training
On our “Alumni-in-Focus” post this month is a Prosecutor from Nigeria.
During introductions on the first day of our Fundamental Investigative Criminal Analysis (FICA) course, one participant from Nigeria stated that she was unsure of what she could possibly learn, since she was convinced that the course is … Read More
Chief State Attorney Ghana
The RTC remains committed to the sharing of knowledge and skills, to enhance the work of our participants, in their fields of work. Upon completion of RTC courses, our Alumni provide us with great feedback on courses taken at the RTC. We would like to feature one such review, given by one alumna of the RTC, and we hope her story will inspire all … Read More